As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads across the US, lots of people are becoming concerned about cleanliness. We understand these worries. After all, cleaning is one of the easiest ways to combat germs. At iSofloat, we follow the strict sanitation process set in place by the Float Rooms Association (FTA). This means you can always trust that you are getting a safe, clean, and comfortable experience when you enter our facility. Below, we will share some details about how we clean.
Our Water Filtration Process
Making sure our float tanks stay clean is one of the most important parts of our sanitation process. We use a 4-part process to thoroughly clean the water in our float tanks and the surrounding materials in our facility. A-Pro 5 micro HEPA filter traps 99.97% of bacteria-causing particles, including things like pollen and mold. We also clean our water daily using ultra-violet light sterilization, as well as a 3% hydrogen peroxide solution. This means you can count on our water to be sterile, safe, and relaxing.
The Natural Powers of Epsom Salt
In addition to these thorough cleaning techniques, we have another germ-killer on our side: the natural Epsom salts used in our facility. Our isolation room contains over 1,200 pounds of dissolved, medical-grade Epsom salt. This concentration is strong enough to kill any microorganism in the water.
What Sets Us Apart
Our sanitation process isn’t just for our floating water. We are cleaning every part of our facility, from the restrooms to the changing areas to the commonly touched surfaces like light switches and doorknobs. By cleaning each surface daily, we can eliminate germs and keep them at bay.
During these hard times, it’s important to take a break and relax. We wish we could remain open to help you de-stress at the moment. However, we need to follow city guidelines and close our doors for a while. Our sanitation process will be strictly followed during our closure. This way, you can rest assured that you are floating in the cleanest possible space when we see you again.